Divided into ten sections, our dating personality test comprehensively evaluates you and is central to our matchmaking process.It’s based on the 'Five Factor Model' theory of personality traits, a psychological model based on research by Robert Mc Crae and Paul Costa.
After each date, the singles give the matchmaker feedback on compatibility and appropriateness of the match.
The matchmaker uses this information to further refine his or her selections.
And when you’re sitting alone in your living room filling out a personality profile on a Web site, there is an even greater chance that the resulting matches will not be perfect.
When you multiply the chance for inaccuracy by the number of users on a given dating site, complicated matching systems are probably not working much better than basic attribute-and-interest matching.
Some sites, like match.com, allow users to specify how important each attribute is.
Each matching attribute is assigned a different weight depending on how important it is to the user.On the other hand, there are those who think the online dating industry may have reached its saturation point.According to an article in the Christian Science Monitor, consumer spending on these sites declined slightly in the fourth quarter of 2004, indicating that growth for online dating sites may be stagnant.This differs from online dating sites mostly because the sites use a computer program to suggest potential matches, and that computer program doesn't adjust its thinking based on your feedback.Ultimately, it is up to the user to choose whom to contact or go out on a date with.The questions we have developed will look into your personal qualities and allow us to introduce you to like-minded singles.